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Harmonic Analysis and Applications: In Honor of John J. Benedetto - Applied and Numerical Harmonic Analysis . Benedetto - Applied and Numerical Harmonic Analysis (Hardback). The book pays tribute to John J. Benedetto's achievements and expresses an appreciation for the mathematical and personal inspiration he has given to so many students, co-authors, and colleagues Added to basket.

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This volume is dedicated to John Benedetto

This volume is dedicated to John Benedetto. It seems just yesterday that we celebrated his 60th birthday in a memorable conference in College Park. Yet that was October of 1999, and already more than six years have passed. John’s ?rst paper appeared in 1965, when he was 25 years old, and his ?rst book (the Springer Lecture Notes on Harmonic Analysis on Totally D- connected Sets) when he was 31. By that time he had already published on the subjects of Tauberian algebras, in the theory of generalized functions, and on questions related to spectral synthesis.

The book starts with a chronological description of his mathematical life, entitled Carlos Segovia Fern´ andez. This comprehensive presentation of his original ideas, and even their evolution, may be a source of inspiration for many mathematicians working in a huge area in the ﬁelds of harmonic analysis, functional analysis, and partial diﬀerential equations (PDEs).

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The primary focus is the enumeration of inequivalent harmonic frames, with the exact number given by a recursive formula. October 2013 · Journal of Fourier Analysis and Applications.

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This self-contained volume in honor of John J. Benedetto covers a wide range of topics in harmonic . These include weighted-norm inequalities, frame theory, wavelet theory, time-frequency analysis, and sampling theory. Benedetto covers a wide range of topics in harmonic analysis and related areas. The chapters are clustered by topic to provide authoritative expositions that will be of lasting interest.

This self-contained volume in honor of John J. Benedetto covers a wide range of topics in harmonic analysis and related areas. These include weighted-norm inequalities, frame theory, wavelet theory, time-frequency analysis, and sampling theory. The chapters are clustered by topic to provide authoritative expositions that will be of lasting interest. The original papers collected are written by prominent researchers and professionals in the field. The book pays tribute to John J. Benedetto’s achievements and expresses an appreciation for the mathematical and personal inspiration he has given to so many students, co-authors, and colleagues.